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Oct 11, 2011 5:00pm EDT
.m. the 25-year-old man is behind bars, accused of using a knife to rob another man in broad daylight. police say it took them just 30 minutes to take -- to track down joshua whittington after he approached an apartment building on old stage road in glen burnie are around 9:50 monday morning. police said whittington ran off after taking cash from inside his victim's pockets. officers said they searched the area and found whittington along pamela road just before 10:00 a.m. tonight some hard numbers are beginning to trickle in about the financial impact of last month's grand prix race in baltimore. >> the question is, do they meet the expectations about what the been dead for baltimore? jayne miller is live in the newsroom with some -- about what the event did for baltimore? >> we do have information about how many hotel rooms used for the grand prix weekend. a solid indicator of the events draw for visitors. the new data, compiled by an independent travel research firm, shows the grand prix race was neither a big boon nor bust for the city's hotels, at least in terms of hotel rooms used for l
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Oct 7, 2011 5:00pm EDT
to use caper attackers. we do know that one man has been arrested in the same area. the police say they are not connected. three men held a woman and her grandson at gunpoint and stole several thousand dollars as well as two computers. found guilty of home invasion, a baltimore city and will learn his fate in december. she shot and killed the man inside. the wife and two children were home when it happened. >> police are still looking for the person behind the wheel of a pickup truck that was used to whip a speed camera out of the ground a pure >> it was dragged behind in the field of a high school. what is the latest, lowell? '>> police tell us they had arrested two 17-year-old student at the high school and are still looking for an adult in this case. they ripped piece speed camera out of the ground using a chain and a pickup truck. it is ironic because the speed camera was slated to be moved and it did not work in the first place. >> out in front of the high school on the 7400 block of north point boulevard is a son of what is left of a speed camera that was pulled out of the gr
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Oct 20, 2011 5:00pm EDT
. a victory for president obama. he had ordered u.s. an intervention. >> we will now have a feature that provides dignity, freedom and opportunity. >> -- a future that provide stability, freedom and opportunity. >> american warplanes pounded gaddafi forces in march and april. when the u.s. help dwindled to the use of drums, italy and france and others kept up the air attacks. but gaddafi refused to give up. word today that the dictator was dead flashed worldwide. in afghanistan, a smart phone was handed to elrich clinton and secretary of state got the news. >> -- hillary clinton and the secretary of state got the news. >> wow. >> he can no longer harm individuals at the had. >> president obama tried something new, its limited u.s. military role. >> it was a win-win for the president in the white house in the long run. >> but mr. obama is not getting credit from some republicans. >> the french and british carry the load on this. >> now the load is on the libyans. a dictator dead, but a nation still in chaos. >> and arab experts say whether this makes america safer at this point is un
NBC
Oct 10, 2011 5:00pm EDT
in baltimore on the hunt for a man who used a gun to rob a price value supermarket. it happened sunday evening on east monument street. investigators are not releasing -- are releasing details try to find the man who did it. i think we have a surveillance picture coming up -- no? we will move on. police in baltimore on the hunt for a man who robbed a supermarket, and here is the surveillance photo. the suspect involved described as being 5 foot, 8 inches, and in his mid 20's. if you have an information on where the suspect is, there's the surveillance video taken from the price value supermarket on eased monument street. the investigation, they want to give a call. 410, 336, 3331. >> authorities say they were on hand along eager street on saturday of the bar was closing when they found one man stumbling cut in the back. none of the man knew they were stabbed with taken to hopkins for treatment. >> the deadly weekend shooting has a police officer at on administrative leave. it happened on hope street in east baltimore. as of now, they're not releasing the name of the man who was killed but he s
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Oct 12, 2011 5:00pm EDT
on more television shows than any other woman in u.s. history. her record was eventually broken by one of her good friends. you can read about that on wbaltv.com. >> another story that is still developing. city police are investigating the severe beating that led to a man suffering from massive head winds. we had a crew going to the scene. this happened around 2:30 this afternoon. we do not know what kind of weapon the alleged attackers used. he is being treated at hopkins hospital right now. >> they have never found her body, but baltimore county prosecutors said they are convinced that rochelle battle was murdered. >> they are making their case against the man they said kilter. >> -- killed her. >> jury selection has just finished up. the defense has listed 20 and that means the trial could go towards the end of next week. jury selection and the trial of the 36-year old start wednesday in baltimore county circuit court. the judge told potential jurors, he is accused of murdering 16- year-old rochelle battle in 2009 at his home in middle river. her body has never been found, despite s
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Oct 4, 2011 5:00pm EDT
night. lowell melser joins us with more. >> please send their becoming more and more frustrated with people posing as police officers to gain entry into homes. in this latest case, the victim was targeted because he was hispanic, they believe. >> it is agreed just that people will take the trust we have in the community that we have worked so hard to foster and use it against them. >> at baltimore police outraged by crux pretending to be police in order to rob someone. -- outraged by clerics pretending to be police. three white men of what -- meen knocked on the home identifying themselves as police officers. asked how many people were in the home, through the homeowner against the hall, pat him down, and stole $1,800 in cash beinflg the scene. >> it is an honest they were wearing police uniforms. >> police are now looking into whether several other robberies are related as the victims in this case have all been hispanic males. >> these look like multiple copycat incidents. people are finding this is an effective way to prey on people's trust and using as an attempt to rob a. >>
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Oct 26, 2011 5:00pm EDT
day one. tell us what happened. >> the jury deliberated for about four hours before finding walter bishop jr. guilty of first-degree murder, guilty of conspiracy to commit first- degree murder, and guilty of a handgun violation. both the prosecution and defense asked the jury to tears they consider his taped confession. >> the prosecution and defense focused closing arguments on walter bishop jr.'s videotaped confession. while talking to detectives, he admitted to being at the gas station and shooting the owner several times in the head. the assisted this attorney argued that faltered maybe decision -- that walter bishop made the decision that a man's life was only worth $9,000. he only received $500. video showed him going to a store to buy a pair of gloves before committing the crime. >> [unintelligible] how many times did you squeeze the trigger? >> 3. >> the defense claimed that the ship was not aware that he is being videotapes. police did not tell him that his statement could possibly lead to the death penalty. the victim's wife. bishop under relentless pressure, calling it a
NBC
Oct 21, 2011 5:00pm EDT
president obama. president bush had agreed to a u.s. pullout by 2012. the pentagon has said the war has cost 3400 u.s. lives, 1146 u. s. amputees, and 700 to $800 billion. and iraq, forces are loading up and celebrity and years of effort. >> the have and operating democratic government of sorts. >> critics complain the pullout is premature. >> there is a perception around the world that the united states is weakening and withdrawing. >> the iraqis would not grant them legal immunity. so he fooled the whole force. >> the long war and iraq will come to an end. >> that is fantastic. the ad is great. >> the toll it has taken on our economy. it has been a disaster. >> the earlier drawdown could switch the focus back to al qaeda and help get osama bin laden. now the president says we can better focus on jobs. >> we can now build the nation we need to build and the nation we will build. >> 1 million iraq veterans have found coming, can mean a struggle to find work. >> in the upcoming campaign, president obama can point to a promise kept to end the war and iraq. >> reaction on line is gener
NBC
Oct 31, 2011 5:00pm EDT
registry for using force for having sex with his victim. he is behind bars for helping a friend used a knife to rob a store. he turned himself in for the incident on bel-air road. the other person involved is still on the run tonight. at least one school was placed on lockdown after a brief note manhunt in dundalk. police responded to date as a precaution. at least one nearby school was placed on lockdown while a k-9 team and a helicopter canvassed the area for suspects. the all clear was lifted in about 30 minutes. no arrests have been made. >> an early morning fire destroyed the historic tavern. >> it has long been a popular spot. the owner plans to rebuild. lowell melser has been on the scene all day. >> amazingly, this is still an active scene more than 12 hours after this fire began here in mount washington. it remains closed, and there is still one firetruck year but continues to put out hot spots. you can see that smoldering area in the center of the restaurant. that is where we saw the worst of the fire. i spoke to one of the tavern owners earlier today, and he said despite t
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Oct 14, 2011 5:00pm EDT
, and pulled her hair. the department tells us they hold their officers to the highest standards. >> the man accused of the disappearance of a frederick woman is getting a new attorney. >> he has ties to the natalie hall. he is confirming he will be taking over as the lead attorney in defense of chris. he has been it detained in a rebuff for the past seven days. that is when his travel partner finished. >> the search for a man wanted for shooting two other men in bellaire and 500 miles away in north carolina. we caught up with michael anthony early this morning in connection port to shooting earlier this month. he shot david doubly because he had been right -- robb earlier that day and thought they were responsible. >> text messages take center stage in the murder trial of a baltimore county man. they are making their case for murder even though nobody has ever found the body. barry simms is live with more of the story. >> jurors also sought several interviews that police conducted. in the interviews he claimed he never saw -- she never was by my house. i never saw her or mentor. >> what is
NBC
Oct 19, 2011 5:00pm EDT
released them all, and even disabled their cages to make sure they could not be used again, then committed suicide. >> i honestly believe he did not feel he needed to live any longer. it is sad. >> the sheriff's said his department received dozens of complaints from neighbors about the wild animals over the last several years. once the work out, the sheriff said there was no way to take them back in alive. >> this is not an everyday house cat or dog. these are 300 pound tigers. >> be sure of did the right thing. >> authorities say thompson had the necessary permits to only animals, but we do not know if releasing them was meant as a final act of kindness or cruelty. of the 45 animals released, all of them have been killed, except one missing monkey. that includes 18 tigers. there were eight exotic animals kept inside the farmhouse itself. they have been shipped off to the columbus zoo. >> for the latest on the situation, head to our website, wbaltv.com, as we track what they can do to make sure it does not happen again. >> a man accused of having sex with young boys, and there may be more
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Oct 13, 2011 5:00pm EDT
shore. their criminal activity has now outlined in his 135-page affidavit. the u.s. attorney announced the federal a turk -- federal indictment of 35 elected members of the south side brings blood gain. they are facing federal charges as well asppanc others. these charges have been linked to murders, home invasions, and drug trafficking. officials say there was a secretary whose job it was to handle day-to-day activities, like membership dues, and sending out written and electronic communications. she has also been arrested. >> it is not enough to address these folks. we need to make sure they are incarcerated for a lengthy time frames. and in addition, we need to make sure that they are sent out of state to federal prison. when we leave them to local facilities, they are able to continue to influence what fellow gang members to come back to the streets and commit more crimes. >> coming up at 6:00 p.m., i will tell you which police department have the most defendants listed in its 135- page affidavit. live from the courthouse, wbal tv 11 news. >> also developing at this hour, fire crew
NBC
Oct 28, 2011 5:00pm EDT
of october yet. you can't think about snow on yet on a beautiful day like today. >> make sure to stay with us today for the latest insta- weather updates. the system will be changing by the our. >> if we do get hit, we are always looking for your weather photos. check some other great shots on wbaltv.com. frederick police are charging a convicted felon with the murder of a burger king worker quito he entered the country illegally p.o. he had already been deported after being convicted of attempted robbery in frederick county. the burger king manager was shot to death shortly after opening the restaurant. he will be served with the murder charges after sentencing in the federal case. as -- a city sheriff's deputy was on his way to work when a man jumped into a cruiser and lot against at him with a knife. -- plunged against him with a knife. >> this is close to the area were governor o'malley left when he was mayor. it was a fairly quiet community. some residents describe what happened as bizarre. >> baltimore city deputy sheriff stop at a traffic light on his way to work when john and daughter
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Oct 5, 2011 5:00pm EDT
the weather pattern will take us at least into the weekend. a little bit of rain starts to show up in the forecast. >> firefighters and police are trying to figure out what led to a person being rescued from the inner harbor this morning. it happened around 5:30. police are not releasing too many details, but we are told a person was pulled out of the water and treated at hopkins,. no word tonight on that person's condition. >> there were reports of a suspicious -- suspicious person walking around with a rifle. police started a sweep of the area. the question an internal contract employee, but they say nothing has been found. baltimore police are investigating a dog attack that landed one person in hospital late last night. it happened just before 11:00 last night. the person was treated for dog bite wounds at mercy medical center. animal control has since been notified. we should learn more shortly about the future of baltimore county school superintendent dr. joe hairston. >> that is the word from the county executive, who is not reluctant to say that harassed and might be on his
NBC
Oct 17, 2011 5:00pm EDT
-- recall the natalee halloway case. he is now using one of the lawyers in that case but there is no known connection between those two cases. he will get another crack arguing his case at the end of this month than they will continue to insist to remains locked up in. >> the search for missing baltimore teenager has now become a search for his killer. investigators confirm a body found on saturday was that of brian jackson. he went missing last -- ryan jackson. he went missing last wednesday. an autopsy confirms he has been killed. no information on the possible suspect or motive but anyone with any information is asked to give a call. >> the search continues for a missing montgomery county boy. the police, the third two parts this week and after receiving a tip that william mcquain's mahdi might be there. no one has seen the boy in two weeks. his mother was murdered last week in her germantown home. her estranged husband was found in north carolina driving her car several days later and is now charged with her murder. an investigation in the downtown baltimore where a body was found insi
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Oct 3, 2011 5:00pm EDT
. >> jayson hicks admits getting into a fight with a co-worker overrating brush. apparently he had used it and wanted it back. he said he was smoking near inaudible fluids. other workers told another story. they said he used inaudible fluids and toted a fight -- a tire. hicks said he flicked a cigarette and as he tried to take the burning bucket outside its coated his arms. he said he got 10 bases and tossed about it. -- tan paces and tossed the bucket. >> baltimore city firefighters are warning of the dangers of mixing such flammable materials. we did talk to the workers at the belvidere tire shop and they tell us they will not do that again. >> barry, thank you. it is a dangerous cycle and our victims often have no way out, but tonight, july funding is working to end domestic violence. a 750,000 lagrange is being announced, going toward helping to monitor homes that are at high risk for violent behavior appeare. >> the grant will provide the overtime to extend the work of the unit. >> so far this year, police had visited more than 800 homes to check on domestic violence becomes. >> th
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Oct 6, 2011 5:00pm EDT
melser your joins us live with the latest. >> work concerning news for folks here in charles village this evening -- more concerning news. police say was just before 6:00 this morning where that person was shot behind me in the 2600 block of st. paul street. this is not far from where steven but karen, the hopkins researcher -- stephen pitcairn was stabbed. a familiar scene in the 2600 block of st. paul street thursday morning. police cars and investigators combing the area for clues after a 22-rolle man is shot while leaving a friend's house just before 6:00. happened just beat away from where hopkins researcher steven pitcairn was shot and killed. >> it is cases like this that really get us very concerned and frustrated. >> police say the victim was approached by the suspect to announce a robbery. the victim gave what little bibles he had, and then the suspect still shot him in the groin and fled in a dark colored sedan. the shooting highlights a number of crimes in the charles village area. back in august, a burglar broke into a home on guilford avenue and stabbed a man in the fac
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Oct 24, 2011 5:00pm EDT
of which were not able to -- [no audio] >> that is several hundred dollars a month that can now be used to buy goods and services, improve their home, [no audio] >> 6 million homeowners have fallen behind in their payments. she is a stock with a 7% note and upside-down. >> according to the tax records it is worth 150 tons and seven -- $157,000. >> the president has spent $2.40 billion of the $50 billion he pledged on housing. his housing secretary said today the problem is worse than it thought. now, he is running for reelection and still looking for ways to fix the mortgage mess. some key swing states like nevada and florida is america the crisis is worse. from washington, wbal-tv 11 news. >> for a good part of maryland, dry weather, late day sunshine. showers from hagerstown back into the mountains with a cloudy skies. for the next few hours, the possibility of some sprinkles coming adrift. clearing out over ohio and then a stronger cold front coming our way later in the week. more on that with the seven-day forecast coming up in a few. >> we wi >> a beautiful weekend with lots of sun
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Oct 27, 2011 5:00pm EDT
as the -- they are dumping it into those black barrels. the u.s. coast guard is monitoring the situation and setting up booms. considering where the crash happened and the way the cleanup is going right now, the driver of the truck only had minor injuries. >> thursday, privately contract to clean up and state highway crews continue to blot down the conowingo dam. diesel fuel spilled wednesday night just after 11:00. and 9,000 gallon tanker truck heading northbound somehow lost control after crossing the conowingo dam and crash, causing a fuel spill and a huge fire. >> you can see some of the marks on the bridge where he began to roll over and it started to rip open the guard rail. it came to rest here behind me. >> amazingly, the driver of the truck suffered non life- threatening injuries and a few minor burns. representatives with the maryland department of the environment had crews on the scene thursday, setting up booms to prevent fuel from -- to prevent fuel from leaking into the susquehanna river. diesel fuel apparently floats, and facilities in perryville, havre de grace, and for deposit take their wat
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Oct 18, 2011 5:00pm EDT
was ramroding is down the throats of people of maryland. >> the choice is placed before us, i believe not only put the good of the party over the good of the people. i believe it pits the party against the people. >> some of these activists -- many consider what they called gerrymandering by either party an offense to the republic and its citizens. >> the missed an opportunity here. >> to do the right thing? yes. once again. >> coming up new at 6:00, the tea party takes aim at those talking about raising the tax. the governor's claim that it will create jobs. >> tonight the maryland senate has approved gov. o'malley's redistricting plan on a 34-13 vote. it protects the state's interest while republicans argue it favors party politics over residents. all 12 republicans voted against the plan at all but one democrat voted for it. it reflects the changing demographics in the suburbs of the nation's capital. the legislation will go to the house of democratic delegates. >> president obama says republicans are not being truthful about whose taxes he would race for the jobs plan. the gop says the pre
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Oct 25, 2011 5:00pm EDT
to watch. >> gerry sandusky joins us live from owings mills tonight. the fans were left speechless over last night's performance. >> we have all had home paying projects there were more interesting than the ravens offense last night in jacksonville. it was a historically bad performance. they went through the entire first half without a first down. that has never happened in franchise history. they did not get their first first down until into the second half. the first quarter, maurice forces a fumble at the 1 yard line. the ravens defense stands tall and keeps the jack morris out of the end zone. this was a game about fundamentals. joe flacco with a sack and a fumble. 5:15 left. mark this one on the calendar. ray rice picks up the first first down of the game. the ravens were down 9-0. joe flacco gets into the end zone and there is hope, 9-7. the defense could only look on frustrated because on the final possession, joe flacco over the middle and intercepted. truitt:steps in front of the ravens final hole and they go down 12-7. there's a search on for answers to find out what is wrong
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